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Comments by Sean Linsley

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That totally exists now. They're called Batch Actions :]

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Kind of. It will sort by the ids of the parent model, instead of something more useful (like alphabetical sorting).

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Perhaps because you're not using the add function? The below format works fine for me.

ruby
validate :name_must_be_cool

def name_must_be_cool
  errors.add(:name, 'Try again!') unless is_cool?(name)
end
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The command rails g active_admin:resource product doesn't actually create a model; it just creates the app/admin/products.rb file so Active Admin renders a GUI for this resource when you start your server. You've got to run rails g model product first.

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Assigning before_create (etc) callbacks in your model work just fine with ActiveAdmin. What exactly is your problem?